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Helping to Heal

Helping to Heal

November 20, 2009

Two days after celebrating a gold medal victory with the U.S. women's ice hockey team on the ice at the Canada Cup in Vancouver in September 2009, Cornelia Cannon Holden, MDiv '03, found herself back on the HDS campus—a place that, on the surface, seems an unlikely training ground for her current work.

Holden serves as the sports psychology consultant for the U.S. women's national hockey team, a position in which she is part nondenominational chaplain, part massage therapist, but wholly, as she puts it, a safe harbor.

On God and Walmart

On God and Walmart

November 19, 2009

What has made Walmart the world's largest corporation? According to scholar Bethany Moreton, the reason largely is a strong religious base.

Intersection of Climate Change and Christianity

Intersection of Climate Change and Christianity

November 12, 2009

An author and a scholar, Sallie McFague is a leader in the fields of ecofeminism and Christian theology. She gave the 2009 Dudleian Lecture as part of a yearlong series sponsored by the CSWR.

Marking the Retirement of Paul Hanson

Marking the Retirement of Paul Hanson

November 10, 2009

An afternoon program, "Visionaries and Pragmatists Ancient and Contemporary," took place in Andover Hall on November 2 to celebrate the retirement of Paul Hanson, Florence Corliss Lamont Research Professor of Divinity. The first seminar on apocalyptic literature was led by Adela Yarbro Collins, Buckingham Professor of New Testament Criticism and Interpretation at Yale University Divinity School.